$AAPL is doomed. And 2018 is the year where I believe you’ll start to see that this once-great American company has peaked and the Apple stock price is ready to decline. Here’s why . . .#Apple #tech #technology #stocks #stockmarket #banyanhillhttps://t.co/w21fmhLDrS
— Paul Mampilly (@Paul_M_Guru) December 21, 2017
After having worked on Wall Street for almost 20 years Paul Mampilly decided he had enough of it. Being a trader or hedge fund manager on Wall Street, like he was, means extremely long days with not enough time to spend with your family. He was very successful at the positions he held but he decided he had made enough money there and it didn’t sit well with him that his investing knowledge was just being used to make the wealthy wealthier. View Paul Mampilly’s profiles at Linkedin.
Before leaving Wall Street he had thought about writing financial newsletters to help regular folk make money and growing their assets. He started out in October 2011 writing for Common Sense Publishing. He made investment recommendations for his subscribers in such areas as dividend growth stocks, bonds, value stocks, and options. In March 2014 he joined Agora Financial in Durham, North Carolina. At this firm he was an analyst, editor, and writer. His main publication was FDA Trader which was focused on making money in the life sciences and biotechnology. Some of the stocks he recommended to investors had amazing returns, like Anthera Pharmaceuticals which gained 412%.
Today, Paul Mampilly’s investing tips can be found in publications put out by Banyan Hill Publishing. His first monthly publication with this company was Profits Unlimited. He researches companies and finds low-risk company stocks which are poised for explosive growth. True Momentum is another one he edits which shows subscribers how to make returns of 100% while taking moderate risk. The newest publication is Extreme Fortunes where Paul Mampilly lets readers in on his research which shows that 43 stocks rally 1000% every year and which company is next to experience this amazing growth.
In a recent article, Paul Mampilly made the case that Apple is doomed. He wrote that their stock has now peaked and is on the precipice of a fall. He said the main driver of the growth of their stock in recent years has been Warren Buffett buying up more than $20 billion in Apple shares. However, Apple is now a stagnating firm which hasn’t made any real advances since Steve Jobs passed away.
He says that people buying Apple’s stock are buying a memory of what this company once was. They used to be a revolutionary company which had many devices which changed the world. However, long gone are the days of another iPod, iPhone, or Ipad. With Steve Jobs dying in 2011 he’s staying away from their stock going forward. See more: https://stocktwits.com/paulmampilly